Well he was sitting in the last row of the parquet, so I would say that's about as close to the balcony as you can get without actually be in the balcony.
I would think that makes them pretty sweet seats for old people like me, easy access. When we had second to top row Hilton seats when I was in my last trimester of pregnancy, there was no way I was going anywhere until the game was over.
Well this kid "could" be a game changer in football, keep him on the field only. With football driving the bus, we need more of these guys.
As cool as it would be to see a kid play in two high visability sports at ISU, I don't think it is worth the additional risk. It would be a huge loss for him to blow out a knee in basketball practice late in the year and have that set him back for the football season.
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Originally Posted by Londo
If neither Texas and Oklahoma finish in the top 2 and we finish 7th or higher (all in the BXII of course) , I will legitimately cover myself in feathers, tape myself doing the chicken dance for no less than 3 minutes in the Iowa snow, and post the video to CF in a new thread on Dec. 14th. Book it. Quote me. Do whatever you need to do
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